The judge was a kindly hearted old man, but none of his neighbors regarded him as practical. He was absorbed in his books and his labor of expounding the law. Most of the families in the ... See full summary »

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(scenario) (as Lloyd F. Lonergan)
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Riley Chamberlin ...
Judge Quinn
Zenaide Williams ...
Melinda - the Cook
Glen Jones ...
Melinda's Husband - the Porter
Carey L. Hastings ...
Mrs. Noble - the Housekeeper
William A. Carroll ...
Mr. Forsythe - Mrs. Noble's Fiance (as Bill Carroll)
Peggy Burke ...
Rosie O'Daley - the Housemaid
Leo Post ...
Pat Mahon - Rosie's Sweetheart
Everett Sullivan ...
August Dollar - Man-of-all-work
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The judge was a kindly hearted old man, but none of his neighbors regarded him as practical. He was absorbed in his books and his labor of expounding the law. Most of the families in the small town had more or less trouble in restraining help but the judge's household ran on placidly, year after year, without change. His cook was a darky, and the best cook in town. His housekeeper was a competent business woman, his housemaid dainty and desirable, while the man who looked after the garden and ran his automobile was sober and industrious and never indulged in joy rides. But still waters run deep and simplicity frequently covers guile. The judge never told anyone but on a certain occasion he was threatened with the loss of all his servants, yet without uttering a single plea he managed to retain them in his service. The housekeeper, it appeared, was secretly engaged to a man in Canada, and he was coming to claim her as his bride. The colored cook was married to a Pullman car porter, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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20 August 1915 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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